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April 2015 Highlights in Tanah Lot PDF Print E-mail

tumpekwayangtlApril 1st, Budha Kliwon Ugu, is a reocccuring auspicious day to pray for protection and a long and healthy life. At this day, which is also known as the Sang Hyang Ayu or Sang Hyang Nirmala Jati cleansing day, the Balinese Hindus pray for protection of the household and the entire world including all creatures that inhabit it. The ceremony is performed at the kumulan shrine of the family temple and the plankiran (wall temple) of the bedroom. The following sesajen are offered, a canang reresik wangi-wangian, a canang yasa, kernbang pepayasan, pusapa harum, asap dupa astanggi.

Tanah Lot Kecak Dances PDF Print E-mail





 Besides the beautiful scenery that can be seen on the Tanah Lot Temple, you can also see the original colossal Bali dance. The Kecak, this dance is danced more than 50 people. This dance tells story the war between Rama and Rahwana. This war started when the wife of Rama is called Shita kidnapped by Rahwana to be his wife. Finally there was a war to reclaim the Shita from Rahwana's hand. Figures here represent the good of Rama while Rahwana symbolizing evil. Many people died during the war that happened, but that's war. In the end of this war, win by Rama with the help of friends and subordinates Hanuman. Hanuman is a white monkey who is very powerful at that time. With the fire that burned its tail because the battle, Hanuman burns Rahwana's palace by jumping from one building to another building. Meaning that can be drawn from this story is good in the end will always win against evil.



This Kecak dances you can watch at Surya Mandala area west of the Tanah Lot temple. Ticket prices for 50.000 rupiahs and start at 7pm after sunset down. Kecak tickets can be obtained at the office Tanah Lot tourism object, in PR Tanah Lot, or come directly to the Surya Mandala or Melasti restaurant.This kecak dance can be witnessed every day.



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